Mike Keyton is a writer with a mind that is always worth picking and a style that piques my interest. Get to know him a little better at Record of a Baffled Spirit, his blog.
For now, here's a little highlight of his novel Clay Cross
James Finn finds himself trapped in the persona of Clay Cross, a 1950s cold war warrior and misogynist private eye, a composite of every pulp novel he’s ever read. Out of his time, and ignorant of political correctness, Clay Cross blunders and offends in equal measure, and at the same time explores gender in unexpected ways.
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